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With feed cost being a top expense for many producers, one cost reducing option to consider is windrow grazing. Let’s look at the advantages and challenges of implementing this practice in your operation.

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The annual New-Comer’s supper was hosted by Farnam Economic Development Corp. on Sunday evening, Sept. 12th at the Farnam Park with about 50 attending.

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Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE) and Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ), Co-Chairmen of the House Baltic Caucus, announced the first-ever authorization of the Baltic Security Initiative in the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The $175 million authorization will go toward ensuring the security of the Baltic nations of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia, which are critical to the security of the NATO alliance.

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September is Suicide Awareness Month and Gothenburg Health is reaching out to the community to raise awareness through a virtual walk. Lacie Frazho is the program director of Senior Life Solutions at the hospital and she sat down with the Times to explain the importance of the hospital’s virtual walk.

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The Gothenburg City Council met on August 31, 2021 to review and approve the proposed 2021-2022 budget for publication and a hearing. During the meeting, the Council engaged in debate regarding the City’s Clean City Program. The topic of financial loss caused by the program was initially brought to the Council’s attention in early August. Now, with September here and the budget hearing around the corner, our city leaders reached a point where they needed to come to a decision regarding Clean City.

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Flatwater Bank hosted a tailgate to help the Swede Boosters last Friday night. The tailgate took place in front of the high school, near the football field. Attendees enjoyed walking tacos for a freewill donation. All proceeds went to the Swede Boosters. (Photo by, Ashley Mohler)

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A 10-minute executive session last Wednesday with Deputy Dawson County Attorney Kurt McBride ended with Dawson County Commissioners voting to settle two years of pending tax cases with Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District.

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Wes and Jacey Edson, Finnegan and Oliver of Euistis and Brenda Edson had supper on Tuesday evening with Raymond and Mildred Tillotson and spent evening visiting.

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Q: Now that my kids are finally back to “real” school, they want to participate in EVERYTHING. We’re already drowning in extracurricular activities. How much is too much? Can you suggest any practical guidelines? Jim: No doubt about

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